Amino Acids and Peptides, Volume 22
J H Jones
Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 1, 1991 - Science - 386 pages
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Physical Studies of Amino Acids
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a-amino acetate acid derivatives acid esters activity alkylation amide amino acids analogues angiotensin anhydride Antibiot aqueous aspartic asymmetric atoms azetidinone binding Biol biological Biopolymers bond Bull C-terminal carbapenem carboxylate catalytic cephalosporins cephem Cham Chea Chem chemistry Chen chiral chloride Coaaun complexes compounds conformation copper(II coupling crystal structure cycloaddition cysteine deprotection dermorphin diastereoisomer dipeptide enantiomer enkephalin enolates enzyme esters Fmoc formation formed fragment gave give glycine H-bonds Heterocycles hydrogen hydrolysis inhibitor intermediate IntJ.Pept.Protein Res involving ions isomers J.Org.Chem JMed.Chem Khia ligand method methyl ester moiety molecular molecule oxidation p-lactam P-turn Peptide Protein Res peptide synthesis peptides containing Pharm potent potentiometry prepared proline protected Protein racemization reaction Reagents receptors reported residues resin ring Scheme Schiff bases sequence side-chain solid phase solution solvent stereoselective studies substituted substrates techniques Tetrahedron Lett tetrapeptide Toniolo Trans tripeptide X-ray yield